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   Youths' REspect Project - 1st Meeting 2019-1-CY02-KA205-001641  


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 Youths' REspect of Solidarity, Peace, Equality, Citizenship

and Tolerance through creativity




 The project’s first meeting took place in Nicosia on 8-9th October 2019. The project coordinator (Stando) hosted representatives from partner organisations from Greece (iED), (Bulgaria (BASD) and Poland (SSW Collegium Balticum)

All partner institutions from Cyprus, Greece, Bulgaria, and Poland face intolerance during their activities with youth; inefficient national efforts against disrespect of cultural diversity and need for new strategies in order to deal with it. A part of the youth our partner organizations work with, belong to different cultural minority groups and usually, they are the main victims of intolerance. The project has identified as target group trainers, youth workers, involved in youth education. Each partner has identified the needs of his own target group to acquire new strategies to promote respect for diversity and social inclusion; on the other hand to share the strategies each partner is using, enhancing European experience to deal with cultural diversity. The project aims to develop a culture of diversity in order to facilitate the social inclusion of young people belonging to cultural minorities.

The project, funded by Erasmus+, will last 18 months and aims to promote respect for diversity and social inclusion through creative activities organised in three 5-day training events in Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Poland.




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